GET NOTICEABLY WHITER TEETH
They say that beauty is pain, but we don’t think it should be. Teeth whitening has always been associated with teeth sensitivity, and those who have especially sensitive teeth before the process can suffer even more than a person who starts with average teeth sensitivity. One of the easiest ways to stop sensitive teeth after whitening is to prevent it from happening in the first place. Using a gentle teeth whitening method like the CustMbite Teeth Whitening Kit is one of the best ways to stop teeth whitening pain before it starts.
If you’re already in the middle of your whitening routine, there are a few things you can do. If possible, stop using your whitening product. Then, be gentle with your teeth. Here are a couple of examples of how to stop teeth sensitivity after whitening:
- Avoid hot and cold food and drink. Skipping beverages with a darker color can also help the effectiveness of teeth whitening.
- Use a toothpaste made for sensitive teeth. Hold the toothpaste in your mouth for a few moments after brushing to increase its effects.
Once your teeth start feeling less sensitive, you may want to try again with a teeth whitening kit that’s specially made for those with sensitive teeth. But how will you know if you’re getting yet another kit that will cause teeth sensitivity? Read the labels.
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Some people don’t consider the fact that teeth whitening can hurt until they start experiencing it themselves. Whether you’re seeing a dentist for pricey in-office treatments or attempting to DIY at home, pain during teeth whitening is a common occurrence. Most of the dental and mass-market teeth whitening products contain hydrogen peroxide, an effective but potentially painful ingredient.
Hydrogen peroxide is one of the best-known teeth whitening chemicals, and it works by getting beneath the minuscule cracks and pits of your tooth enamel. Those spaces are where discoloration hides, and hydrogen peroxide attacks them fiercely, making hydrogen peroxide a truly effective way to remove stains. Unfortunately, what makes it great also causes problems. Hydrogen peroxide rushes into these spaces and overloads them, causing pain.
So how to stop sensitive teeth after whitening? Look for carbamide peroxide on the label. This compound is less well known, but it’s exactly as effective as hydrogen peroxide. Many dentists and commercial solutions avoid it because it produces less dramatic results at first, but we promise, patience pays off. So how does carbamide peroxide work?
Carbamide peroxide differs from its cousin, hydrogen peroxide, in that its absorption rate is steadier. Instead of overwhelming your tender teeth with chemicals, it gently breaks up stains over time. As it’s gentler than hydrogen peroxide, it can be in contact with your teeth for longer. Carbamide peroxide is especially gentle when used in foam form, as patients can use it more frequently — and even overnight.
You don’t have to ask your dentist how to stop sensitive teeth after whitening if you never get sensitive teeth from whitening in the first place. CustMbite’s Teeth Whitening Kit is the solution you’ve been looking for. Its customizable, thin, comfortable trays mold precisely to your teeth so you don’t have to worry about excess solution leaking out and irritating your gums. Our 8% carbamide peroxide solution is tailor-made for those with sensitive teeth. No need to stop sensitive teeth after whitening: use the CustMbite Teeth Whitening Kit for comfortable, effective whitening without the pain.